According to Redfin's latest report, booming buyer demand caused by low interest rates and continuing inventory shortages are responsible for the climb
by Marian McPherson Sep 17
Suburban and urban areas also saw home price growth during this period, although not to the extent of rural areas, according to a Redfin report
by Lillian Dickerson Aug 17
The median home sale price in the US rose by 2.8% from the previous year in June, marking an all-time high of $311,300, according to Redfin
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 20
Boston experienced the highest frequency of bidding wars, with 72.4% of all offers facing competition, according to a Redfin survey released Friday
by Patrick Kearns Jul 10
Minneapolis, Salt Lake City and Milwaukee have the lowest homeownership rate for Black families, according to a new Redfin study released Monday
by Patrick Kearns Jun 29
A new Redfin report found that pageviews of listings in towns with less than 50,000 residents were up by 87 percent year over year in May
by Lillian Dickerson Jun 25
While housing has thus far seen a strong recovery, experts say prices may actually fall later this year. Factors such as unemployment and foreclosures could also weigh down the market
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 23
In our multipart series on the US housing market this summer, Inman's Jim Dalrymple reports that the market hasn't fully returned to normal yet, but a number of metrics including prices and pending sales suggest it has been resilient amid the coronavirus crisis
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 22
In May, 36% of saved searches created by Redfin.com users were filtered exclusively for single-family homes, up from 33% in February and the highest level its reached in 4 years
by Lillian Dickerson Jun 16
Boston, Dallas and Washington, D.C., were the three most competitive markets in the U.S. last month, a new report reveals. The report provides further evidence that the pandemic hasn't tanked prices or demand
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 15
Page views of Redfin home listings in small towns jumped 105% year over year, while page views of homes in urban metros increased by 16%
by Lillian Dickerson May 15
Buyers are looking for homes in different places, and with different characteristics, than they did before COVID-19 brought chaos to the US
by Jim Dalrymple II May 15
How cities, businesses and housing markets behave over the next 30 days as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread will be crucial on the road to recovery
Reffkin argued coronavirus aid shouldn't be limited to W-2 workers. The National Association of Realtors has also said it is working to ensure aid packages to benefit agents
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 19
Fremont, California, tied with San Jose and Seattle for the most competitive, while New Orleans and Pittsburgh were among the least, according to Redfin